Mickey and Minnie’s bratty children in Walt Disney’s Mickey’s Nightmare (1932)
Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Walt Disney’s Mickey’s Nightmare (1932)
Happy Mother’s Day!
The Gold Rush - 1925
Charlie stands behind the door locked and loaded, Big Jim is hallucinating out of hunger pains and starvation that Charlie is a chicken.
“Brigadier General Hughes is dead. He was murdered shortly after you were discharged from the hospital Edward. I’m afraid we still haven’t found the person responsible.”
Hearing the unfamiliar voice, the desert native turned her attention to the woman with the stroller. Quirking her brows up, she let out a soft gasp, “Ah—H-Hello, Ma’am,” She started off, smiling faintly.”
I’m .. doing quite okay. Would you actually mind telling me where I am?” She asked in a meek tone. How far was she from Liore?
What a sweet looking young lady, and probably a quiet one too. From her tone of voice, she was probably unaware of where she was. So few people knew where they were these days, even earlier this week a boy had even asked what year it was.
“You’re in Central City, close to the library actually.” She pointed to her right, past a small fenced in park. “You see? You wouldn’t happen to be lost, would you?”
“And how are you?”
Wordsworth, William. ”I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” in Poems in Two Volumes, 1807.
“Oh you mean this?” he asked pointing to Back Pack. “It’s just something I made.” he replied.
She leaned forward a bit to inspect the device.
“Goodness it looks like something out of a book… What do you calls this thing?”
Victorian Romance Emma + scenery/places || part 1